Commitments that Compete

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Aaron W. Voyles continues to explore the gap between our commitments and our action. — For several weeks, I’ve been discussing commitment and responsibility. I do so because of their connection to my work with college men. There has been a lot of talk within higher education and the media about gender-based violence, as well […]

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Anatomy of a Kindergartener

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What makes your kindergartener tick?

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If Learners Live Online, Teachers and Textbooks Must Follow Them

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Dividing internet users into those that ‘get it’ and those that don’t isn’t helpful now the internet is so pervasive in our lives.

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Broken Lantern Blues

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Aaron W. Voyles looks at responsibility from the perspective of boyhood bystanders.

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 Malala Yousafzai & Classroom Attendance

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Malala Yousafzai recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize and her influence on the love of learning.

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Yes Means Yes Culture of Consent Catches On

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Lad culture of conquest targeted by new Oxbridge sexual consent workshops.

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Speaking with the Language of Responsibility

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Aaron W. Voyles explores how we take responsibility for our commitments.

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My “Career” as a Rock Star

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Aaron W. Voyles reflects on how commitment created opportunities for what he loves.

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We Must all be Foot Soldiers in the Battle to Stamp Out Illiteracy

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Two new initiatives are aiming to get parents to read more to their kids, and for new tech solutions to improve literacy.

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How China Teaches Children Math so Well

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A small scale study into possible methods that could be better to teach children math.

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Do We Just Complain About College Men?

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Aaron W. Voyles investigates the use of complaints versus commitments in talking about issues with college men.

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Every Child is Special Needs

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What is missing in the equation for classifying a child?

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I Can’t Write About Football

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Aaron W. Voyles examines how the situations with the NFL impact the men he educates.

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A Professor Properly Inspired My Limited Intelligence

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An inspired professor’s unpredictable work around for test anxiety.

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To Ditch the Dunce Cap

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Aaron W. Voyles explores cyclical shame for men and education.

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